Been here a while now. Good job with lots of flexibility and contact with customers and management. Very productive environment. Weekly meetings with customer and management so you can provide feedback on projects you're working on.
flexibility in contact with customers and management. Very productive environment.
The Axiologic team is excellent and the pay and benefits are superb. It is probably one of the most open organizations I have ever been a part of. Everyone on the team is a top performer and we all get along well. They have flexible schedules and will accommodate you as much as possible.
I really enjoyed working for Axiologic I loved the potential for growth. Axiologics management team really took time to focus on the employees. Provided great tools to communicate effectively with the customer.
Axiologic was a good place to work, management was very helpful and knowledgeable, they offer you the ability for flexible hours as long as you get your hours in. you get 5 hours leave a pay period, and plenty of company perks
Axiologic has the culture of a high-performing sports team. Your inputs are valued and make a difference on a daily basis. The work is challenging but rewarding and each member of the team contributes their own unique skills and experience that somehow just works well together. While we are not without our issues and challenges, there is something special about this team and it shows.
N/A (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – January 30, 2018
Negative culture with uncertain outlook. Management is not good and lots of talking about it in secret among the employees. Many people don't get along and don't agree on most things. Employees always seemed unhappy.
Poor management and caliber of people, only a couple of top-notch people
Management never responds to ANY emails sent to them nor do they ever verbally acknowledge or reference the communication. They tend to only listen to folks they've previously served with in the military. In other words, there's a buddy-buddy system where folks they've previously served with in the military (and in management roles) have their ear first.